Sony quiet on Leipzig rumours

Price cut, TV services mooted.

Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has refused to confirm or deny rumours concerning announcements the company plans to make at next month's Leipzig Games Convention, reports.

According to a report on MCV, Sony will reveal that video-on-demand services and Freeview TV features will be launched "across Europe and other export markets" by the end of the year.

The trade publication is also claiming that SCEE will announce a European price cut for PS3 - despite the introduction of a new "value-added" bundle earlier this week.

Speaking to director of corporate communications Nick Sharples said, "We do not comment on rumour and speculation."

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